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EU keen to strengthen security ties with Asia: foreign policy chief

Korean Peninsula and South China Sea 'matter to all of us,' Federica Mogherini says

BANGKOK -- Foreign and security ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and their dialogue partners are gathering in Bangkok this week for annual consultations on foreign policy and security. In light of the European Union's growing engagement with ASEAN and the broader region, Federica Mogherini, EU high representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and vice president of the European Commission, discussed her thoughts in an exclusive interview by email with the Nikkei Asian Review:

Q: How do you see the EU's increased engagement in ASEAN, and what is the EU's view of the U.S. and Japan-led Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy?

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